Sometimes, verbs can take more than one preposition. Tick the correct preposition (in some sentences, more than one preposition can be used).
It’s 5pm and Tim is tired of hearing his boss talk ofaboutfor key performance indicators and targets. He just wants to go home!
Helen waited — select —ofaboutfor her cousin at the school gates.
Try again 🙂
Jamal learned ofaboutfor the deal from his boss.
Did you ask — select —ofaboutfor pineapple on your pizza? That’s gross!
Chris apologised — select —ofaboutfor arriving so late.
John always complains — select —ofaboutfor being too cold, but he never puts on thick jumpers (sweaters)!
Zac is trying to promote his fundraiser, but, so far, only two people have asked ofaboutfor tickets.
Joe went to a yoga class today. They told him to think ofaboutfor something that makes him happy. All he could picture was pizza!
Adam cares — select —ofaboutfor his cat very well!
Idris didn’t approve — select —ofaboutfor his brother’s plan to move house during the financial crisis.
Well done! 🙂
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